Here's what is open this holiday weekend as most of the state enters Stage 3

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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — Governor Eric Holcomb is moving most of the state into Stage 3 of his reopening plan — just in time for the holiday weekend.

If you're venturing out, the governor has lifted travel restrictions.

What is open:

  • Retail stores and malls may move to 75% of capacity while maintaining social distancing.
  • Mall common areas, such as food courts and sitting areas, are limited to 50% capacity.
  • Gyms, fitness centers, yoga studios, martial arts studios, and like facilities may open with restrictions. Class sizes and equipment must be spaced to accommodate social distancing. Limited class sizes. Equipment must be cleaned after each use, and employees are required to wear face coverings. No contact activities are permitted.
  • Community tennis and basketball courts, soccer and baseball fields, YMCA programs, and similar facilities may open with social gathering and social distancing guidelines in place.
  • Community pools may open according to CDC guidance.
  • Campgrounds may open with social distancing limitations and sanitation precautions.
  • Community recreational youth and adult sports may resume practices and conditioning, adhering to social gathering and social distancing guidelines. Contact sports, such as football, basketball, and wrestling, where players typically come into contact with other players, are not permitted. Conditioning and non-contact drills may take place.
  • Raceways may open with no spectators.
  • Day care facilities and day care facilities at schools are encouraged to open.
  • State park inns reopen.
  • Churches can continue holding services with social distancing.
  • Restaurants can continue operating at 50 percent capacity.
  • Personal services can continue to operate with restrictions.

NOTE: These are the governor's guidelines. Counties and local governments could have additional restrictions or be on a delayed reopening schedule.

What is still closed:

  • Playgrounds
  • Overnight youth camps; youth summer day camps may open June 1.
  • Bars and nightclubs
  • Cultural, entertainment, and venues
  • Amusement parks, water parks, and tourism sites
  • Festivals, fairs, and parades
  • K-12 buildings, facilities, and grounds closed for school-sponsored education, sports, and other activities through June 30; day care at school facilities encouraged to open.
  • Movie theaters
  • Congregate senior settings remain closed; adult day service programs offered through the state’s Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Service may begin June 1.

NOTE: These are the governor's guidelines. Counties and local governments could have additional restrictions or be on a delayed reopening schedule.